No need to change the name of Indore: Sumitra Mahajan made a big statement about changing the name of Indore.

Eight-time MP and former Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan said that there is no need to change the name of Indore.

INDOOR NAME CHANGE

After changing the names of many cities and places across the country, now the demand for renaming is in full swing in Madhya Pradesh these days. Now there is talk of changing the name of Indore, the cleanest city of the country. It is being told that the name of Indore will be changed to Ahilyabai Nagar. There are many types of reaction on this. In this episode, eight-time MP from Indore and former Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan has broken her silence. 

In fact, former Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan has given a statement on different issues in Bhopal. From BJP’s training campaign to the discussions of changing the name of Indore, he has also presented his opinion. He said that there is no need to change the name of Indore.

INDORE FORMER LOK SABHA SPEAKER SUMITRA MAHAJAN Statement about indore name change.

There is already Ahilya city,
while on the discussion of changing the name of Indore, it was said that Indore is called Ahilya Nagari. No need to change name. Similarly, Indore is known by the name of Ahilya Nagari. The people of Indore are likewise called the residents of Ahilya Nagari.

Know how Indore got its name, in
fact even today many people do not know that the city of Indore is not named after any Mughal ruler. Rather it is in the name of Ahilyabai Holkar’s adorable Indreshwar Mahadev (Shiva). Historians and knowledgeable people of Indore believe that the city of Indore was named after Lord Indreshwar in olden times. 

No need to change the name of Indore: Sumitra Tai made a big statement about changing the name of Indore.
No need to change the name of Indore: Sumitra Tai made a big statement about changing the name of Indore.

In ancient Indore, the name of Indore was Indrapuri and Indore was known only as the city of Lord Indra. After this, in the early period of the Holkar princely state, Indore was named Indur and after the change of time, this city came to be called Indore. As a proof of this, many evidences exist around the temples even today. But now removing the name of this city after the name of Ahilya Devi’s adorable Shiva and renaming the city after mother Ahilyabai would be an insult to both her adorable Shiva and Shiva’s servant mother Ahilyabai, or only the government should know the respect.

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